Kellfri uses cookies to identify visitors and traffic. Kellfri then uses this information to improve and develop Kellfri’s website. Kellfri uses the following cookies:


Persistent cookies

These remain during several visits to the website. Persistent cookies enable Kellfri to identify anonymous visitors returning to the website. Persistent cookies create an entry with specific information such as how the user entered the website, which pages the user visits, how the user navigates the website, and which options the user clicks on. This helps us to improve the website. For persistent cookies and its analysis methods, we use Google Analytics. Please note that Kellfri does not collect any personal information that directly identifies your name or address.


Sessions cookies

Sessions cookies are deleted automatically after each visit and make it easier for you to carry out activities on the website by, for example, remembering field entries in forms that recur during your use. Sessions cookies disappear as soon as you end your browser session.


Third party cookies

When a user visits a website that contains embedded content (eg Facebook), cookies from these websites may be stored. Kellfri does not control these cookies. Please visit the individual third-party websites to manage the settings associated with third party cookies.


The following third-party cookies are used on the website: Criteo and Google Analytics.


How do you avoid cookies?

If you want to be able to use Kellfri’s entire website, we recommend that cookies be installed. If you deactivate a cookie that has been installed, you can probably still browse the website, but some features may have been deactivated.


You can easily delete cookies from your computer, tablet, or mobile phone by going to your browser (for example Safari, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer). Instructions on how to delete cookies can be found under the “help” option in your browser.


Keep in mind that if you choose to delete cookies in your browser, it will only apply to the browser you use. You will need to follow the same process on all browsers you use. Also keep in mind that if there are separate user accounts on a computer, tablet or mobile in a household, you can customize your cookie settings for each account.